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in south africa, and the aerospace industry in the u.s.? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 70% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. >> schieffer: this summer when nelson mandela's health took to the worse, i asked what nelson mandela meant to hem. powell had been invited to mandela's inaugural as military man remembers thinking that he saw something that day he would not have thought possible. white generals showing allegiance to the country as new black president. it was mandela's sense of forgiveness that powell will carry with him forever. >> when he came out of jail, he was being pestered with questions and what not. and he was asked, well, aren't you mad, what are you going to do about this? what are you going to do this these people? he said, if i felt that way, if i felt i had to do something to them i would sti
in a row any more. i've lost that ability because i don't need it. the machines do it for me. also that's the part of my brain that's now used for fantasy football. without my computer assistance i often end up porky pigging it, which i mean, trying to spell a word, realizing i can't then eventually just choosing a completely different word. i try to spell spatula for eight minutes the other day before finally settling on, food picker-upper-thingy. if typing something without spell check is hard writing things out by hand, that is now all but impossible for me. i haven't given my mother a proper birthday card in years because i don't trust myself toe successfully hand write "love you bunches." i've done the math on this, people. well, that's actually not true i have an app on my phone that does stuff like math for me. anyway, i've looked at that app it tells me based on the rate of invention and my rate of atrophy when it comes to simple tasks, that the current pace i'll be reduced to a slopering infant within six years. so, please, innovators, i beg of you, stop now. my -- sorry, i han
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that we don't want china to extend their that reach into that part of the world. you remember the east asian leadership conference to which the president did not show up for the second year in a row and you have the chance to establish those kind of personal relationships. they don't exist between this administration and the chinese and that is one of the reason that we lost our opportunity to make our case clear and nobody respects that anybody is going to do anything about it. >> and china has a list of other territorial claims. >> they got the ones against the vietnam and malaysia. they don't have any particular claim against south korea. they have an island dispute with japan. this is one of the problems over there. all of the countries are claiming the territories, sovereign control over them and they're getting more and more militant about it and and the chinese are the most militant. >> they have a problem there with north korea. >> this is not a new dispute. the dispute between the japanese and chinese goes back thousands of years. the islands are described as a pile of rock. >
on part time either, waiters, waitresses and other jobs that don't really pay much. during the recovery, most growth has been focused on key occupies, row tail sales, food preparation, laborers and freight, waitresses and waiters, office clerks, customer service represents, fabricators, construction laborers and grounds workers. that according to the+ez economc pulse, most of these jobs have been created ranging from $7.69 to $13.66, compared to the median hourly wage of all workers ofgo around $24 an hour. >> job creation has been unacceptably low. let's hope it's not the new normal. >> during the recession many jobs lost were middle class, like in construction, but middle class jobs aren't coming back as fast. >> according to data, during the recovery, the number of low wage jobs has grown the fastest. middle income jobs are still nowhere near prerecession levels. that's not unusual. data from the federal reserve bank of atlanta said 40 to 50% of job jane have been in recent recovery. that many economists agree this is no the what we want. the jobs that come back in a robust economy p
and welcome back to this saturday night edition of sportswrap. for the record second year in a row, the football season is coming up roses for the arizona cardinals. the challenge for stanford in the pac-12 title game didn't take the stanford offense long to get on track. on its very first series, tyler gaffney got around the corner and tushed it on 69 years to the end zone. gaffney is just getting started as the cardinals jumped to the early lead, but the sun devils were known for their explosive officer as well. the game looking early like it could be a shoot-out. stanford answered back with a one-yard score and early in the 2nd quarter, montgomery got around the corner on an route and he knows what to do when the end zone is sight. a third gaffney score gave the cardinals the lead. asu with signs of life before halftime. foster gets both of the sun devils touchdown and it was 28-14 at halftime. second half was more of a defensive battle. the stanford defense stopping asu on a 4th and goal play. that in the final seconds of the 3rd quarter and
in the park's main meeting hall. police don't believe the women were the intended targets. and there have been no arrests made. >>> and amber alert still in effect for a 14-year-old girl. elizabeth roam row disappeared wednesday afternoon from her home in washington state. police believe 19-year-old eduardo rosales abducted her and they may be on the way to mexico. the chp says the car that you were in is a hunter green 2001 to 2003 ford escape with temporary washington registration tags. the suv also has a roof rack and custom wheels. >>> well, leaders from around the world will attends the memorial service for former south african president nelson mandela. but before the high and might till gather, huge crowds flocked to mandela's johannesburg home to say good- bye to the man remembered as the father of modern south africa. tomorrow they'll begin a national day of prayer and reflection for the first time since mandela's death his family released a statement. >> we have lost a great man. the son of the soil. >> today, children in his hometown danced to celebrate his life. on tuesday the towns
terms showing that once again that is not accurate. we have now our second appeal in a row from a low-income household, and so tenants are extremely diverse ranging from extraordinarily poor to middle income and upper income, the same is true of tic owners. i won't repeat the rational that i articulated last time. i do think that this appeal points to perhaps the desirability of having more flexibility in the fee deferral. i know it's not part -- we can't do that as part of this appeal in term of deferring the fee and the law is pretty clear about the extent to which the department of public works can grant a fee deferral, but we've heard the argument in the last appeal and i think in this appeal as well that if someone is condo converting, they can then -- the value of their property increases and they could use some of their principal in that property to take out money and pay the fee, but as the appellant has articulated, that's not necessarily the case until the condo conversion happens, you may not be able to refinance at all, so i do think that it may make sense to have more fle
chevrolet traverse... all set? all set. [ male announcer ] ...with three rows of spacious seating for up to eight. imagine that. chevrolet. find new roads. >>> michael morton served 25 years in prison for the brutal murder of his wife but he didn't do it. here is a clip from the cnn film, "an unreal dream". >> when i first got to texas penitentiary, they strip you naked and search you. as i cas standing in line to get my boots. i noticed the man in front of me, i counted 13 stab wounds in his back. >> his wife gone, family gone, dreams gone. he was now a murderer and his reality was prison. his new life goal to survive. >> i am probably the personification of that old you can't prove a negative. >> he was trying to prove he didn't beat his wife to death. there was no evidence placing him at the crime scene and no murder weapon. his own son said daddy didn't do it but that statement didn't come out until years later. >> how rough was it inside. >> i got used to it. >> 14 or 15 years. >> until i got used to it. >> the first years are hard because it is a shock and it is new and it is const
. and second, that after 27 years in prison, he doesn't come out bitter. he doesn't come out angry. he come out as an extraordinarily wise man who actually invites his prison guards to sit in the front row of his inauguration as president. >> do you think that this outpouring on facebook and ted cruz also put out a very complimentary statement and saluting nelson mandela and got the same pushback, do you think these are fellow conservatives? who do you think these folks are? >> i think some people bought a rational that defined everybody who was in any way in rebellion against the established system in the third world as anti-american. we were the kind of country they wanted to become. i think there are people who have sustained this kind of mythology. and there is no question that in the '50s mandela moved from a nonviolent model. my point is there weren't any conservative outs. churchill ally was stallin' in world war ii. i think in a similar tradition, mandela was desperate by that stage. he saw the scale of the oppression. and the only allies that were available, frankly, were on the hard l
most of us could identify with. and second, that after 27 years in prison, he doesn't come out bitter. he doesn't come out angry. he comes out as an extraordinarily wise man who actually invites his prison guard to sit in the front row at his inauguration as president. >> do you think that this outpouring online at least on your facebook and ted cruz also put out a very complimentary statement in saluting nelson mandela and got the same kind of pushback. do you think these are fellow conservatives? do you have any -- who do you think these folks are? >> look, i think there are some people who bought a rationale that defined everybody who was in any way in rebellion against the established system in the third word as anti-american which i don't think they were. i think that we -- in many cases we were the symbol of what they wanted. we were the kind of country they wanted to become. but i think there are people who have sustained this kind of mythology and there's no question that in the '50s mandela moved from a nonviolent model towards being allied with the communists, and my point t
in the middle can't overcome one child getting one of those teachers putting so much pull. >> how does that work? how does the unone do so much damage in the row of four? >> let's just say in that thing, the teacher above average, a good teacher, they are gaining a little. they are gaining a little bit. four in a row, you gain, if by chance you got four in a row of the 60% teacher, you gain, but the damage done by the two-thirds is losing a grade, losing an entire grade with the one teacher. that's what i'm referring to. i do want to clarify one thing, though, because that -- when you look at all the data, and you look at all the things that the book says, these are the things that you find that will close the gap. everyone goes to the thing, you know, fire the teachers, fire the teachers. that's not what the research says. if you say to me, you can only do one thing, that's not the thing i would do. you can only do two thingsing that's not what the research says to do. do three things, that's still not the thing to do. that is not -- everybody's attention is always on that, and that's not what
, thompson never showed good washington showed up, say, guys, i want to meet neighboring. on the hostage row when the police not washington. the best kept to themselves. >> that's also a safety precaution. so if somebody is caught and questioned severely, he can't spill the beans. >> guest: and a day. the cia told me to read into this. i kept reading that tenet didn't know what it meant. so, they said they did that drops. if i am looking to get information to you, i might put you at these coordinates at this rock. >> host: but that is a dead drop rate here. >> guest: take that will pick it up. >> host: we were talking about dead drops. finish that off. >> guest: yesterday about the tools of the trade. one is the cia told me what to the virginia and i did that because i want to make sure it wasn't so caught up in the story that has been blurred by. i wanted to make sure, and that could have the right path and say this is a special group and they told me they teach their guys this thing. i go how would you define that? they said you have a set location and i would tell you, go to 66 and 30 giv
a dynamic row graham, doubt about that. i want to come back to a couple of points in the testimony. of students at your community college or nationally require remedial education? numbern't have that readily available. i do know that i have been told it's a relatively high number. context, some of those students are testing into remedial math and one of the really goodhey were students in high school and by the time they got to grade 10 or 11, they had taken all the math required, so they were taking nothing in grade 12. when they went to do the testing, they were showing they needed a developmental class to take college-level algebra. so there is some context, but it's a high number. >> i just spent some time in southern arizona talking with the officers in charge of the educational system there. they are training soldiers and officers and remediation is a big heart of what a do their. the pell funduch we used for remediation at this point? studentst we do know can take up to 30 credits or the equivalent of her medial courses and i'll grants will pay for it. students are stopping
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